Having those extra dead skin cells hanging off my face has always been one of my beauty pet peeves, especially during the colder weathers (thank god it's nearly over!). I've always been a BB cream type of girl but I always put off using it, knowing that I will have to suffer with the fact that it will emphasis on my dry areas.
I remember seeing the Sasatini Facial Cleaning Brush and all the raves it was getting, but when I asked my dad to buy it from Sasa it was all sold out. So I decided to just go get the one at Daiso, I was actually expecting it to not work at all but it actually works like a charm.
The only reason I thought it wasnt going to work was because of the small sample at the top of the packaging, (it lets you get the feel of it before you buy it). It felt too rubbery and felt like it would pull my skin everywhere, also compared to the Sasatini one the bristles were too close together and reminded me a lot like the fish eggs on my sushi.
If you havent realised, the instructions on how to use this does not make sense. I mean "You please paint the face entire surface with facial cleansing cream." that just made it look 10 times worse than it actually is, the quality and all.
So at first, I had no idea how I had to hold it then I realised the thing at the back and the gap at the bottom had something to do with how it was supposed to be held. I didn't take a picture of it and I only realised when I used it, the gap at the bottom is supposed to be where you put your fingers in then you use your two fingers to hold the fountain thing at the back. Yeah its hard to explain but you just have to play around with it.
I pair this cleansing pad with my Hadalabo Tamagohada Daily Facewash and gently rub it on my face in circular motions. So like I said before, how I thought it would feel rubbery and pull on my skin, it difinitely does not do that. It's very gentle on my skin (but it does state that this isn't for people with sensitive skin so just letting the people with sensitive skin know!) and I don't have sensitive skin.
I found that this did exfoliate most of my skin but not all. I still did have a dry patch of dead skin cells between my eyebrows but the dead skin cells around my cheeks did lessen, which was better than nothing!.
I'm still using this after weeks and the results are still the same, so if you do suffer from a lot of dead skin cells hanging on your face I would suggest this as it is only $2.80 (quite a bargain)
I purchased this with my own money and this is all my honest opinion.